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Boldly AUB campaign to safeguard more abundant future
Boldly AUB: The Campaign to Lead, Innovate, and Serve, was officially launched at the American University of Beirut's Hostler Center on Jan. 16, at a spectacular gala attended by regional dignitaries, business leaders, AUB leadership, and friends of the University.
PM and Trustee Hariri commends University and Boldly AUB campaign
Prime Minister Saad El Hariri hosted a dinner for AUB's Board of Trustees and senior administration at the Grand Serail on Tuesday night to mark the launch of the Boldly AUB campaign to Lead, Innovate & Serve, as well as AUB's 150th anniversary celebrations.
Presidential symposium highlights the humanities at AUB
Why is it important for all AUB students to take humanities courses? What is the future of the humanities at AUB? These and other provocative questions were the focus of a presidential symposium, “The Humanities at AUB: Building Better Futures from the Inside Out," held to mark the launch of BOLDLY AUB.
AUB President's Perspective - 2017/1/16
Boldly forward, Signing off the anniversary, Engaging our neighbors
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PM Hariri hosts dinner for BOT and senior administration at Grand Serail to mark launch of Boldly AUB campaign
- Jan. 18)
"AUB receives largest donation in its history"
The Daily Star
- Jan. 18)
AUB research uncovers hidden danger in e-cigarette flavors
- Jan. 14)
Professor Elie Barbour discusses airport safety measures to ward off seagulls
(LBC - Jan. 12)
"AUB closes one year of festivities"
L'Orient Le Jour
- Jan. 9)
Culture – “16 who made 2016” include AUB Professor Sahar Assaf, Aliya Khalidy and Mashrou’ Leila
L’Orient Le Jour
– Jan. 6)
Risks of smoking
based on the latest research by Dr. Ziad Ghazza
l (MTV Lebanon – Jan. 5)
K2P Policy Brief on pharmaceuticals and random prescription of drugs
– Jan. 4)
AUB alumnus Khaled Abdel Rahman makes it on the prestigious Forbes List “30 Under 30: Games” for his work on the mobile game Pokémon Go
(Forbes – Jan. 3)
Professor Hilal Khashan on "Syrian regime emboldened ahead of Russia-backed peace talks"
(France 24 - Dec. 31)